Clotee-Harris-Obituary

Clotee Harris

Gary, Indiana

1930 - 2020

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On February 18, 1930, Clotee was born to Cordy Hankins and Bertha Murphy in Duck Hill, MS. She moved to Gary at an early age with her mom and grandmother. She graduated from Froebel School. In 1950, Clotee married Sishman Harris. Together they raised 13 children. Clotee wasn't just a great mom,...

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Thank you to all that shared in my mothers celebration, a special thank you to Areatha Daniels, your words were heart felt. My mom had a lot of love for her family and other loved ones, God blessed her with a long life and a personal relationship with Him and the love of many. God bless and keep you all.

To Harris Family iam so sadden to get the new about mama Harris ive being on the phone with Karen ever day giving her the best of a friend i wish i was able to make it but i was there in spirit to all stay strong love you

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You have my deepest condolences, Karen. I remember you and your mom and Michelle so well. I remember how much fun we had as children at Ernie Pyle Elementary in Gary. Praying for you and your family ❤

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My Auntie, My Mama, My Friend, I'm already missing you so much, your warm Smile , your Beautiful Personality,
I miss our late nights conversation and who else can I call and tell about your Nieces n nephews, lol
Auntie, you always said to Do What Jesus Would Do, and Trust "HIM" rose, I DO Auntie, I Love the Lord, I will never forget how Happy you was For Me when Pastor Brown Baptized me in Jesus Name!
I can't wait to get back into the Church Home!
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I can say that I will never forget my Swiss miss chocolate and those butter cookies. My auntie was such a sweet person. I always felt at home when we would visit. She is watching over us all.

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Aunt Clotee was one of my favorites. Loved her dearly & enjoyed visiting Gary as a child